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TUF Nations Finale complete results

Bloody Elbow provides you complete results of the TUF Nations Finale, which includes a main event between Michael Bisping and Tim Kennedy.

3 fighters removed from rosters

It appears that another three fighters will be looking to get their next fight outside the UFC recent updates have seen the removal of Ronny Markes, Thiago Perpetuo, and Rafaello Oliveira from the ranks of active fighters.


GSP says PED testing intentions were misunderstood

Former UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre spoke with the Hand and Wrist Institute and clarified his recent statements regarding drug-testing policies and PEDs in the UFC.

Pacquiao vs Bradley 2: Fun with Angles, part 2

On Saturday Manny Pacquiao and Tim Bradley fought for the WBO welterweight title in a spell-binding clinic of southpaw vs. orthodox footwork. BE's striking specialist Connor Ruebusch brings you a breakdown of their techniques.

HTMTT? I got caught! ...I mean hacked!

The week's most interesting bits from the MMA and UFC twitter world.

Kaufman wants shot at Zingano after Smith fight

Heading into the TUF: Nations finale card, Sarah Kaufman hopeful that a win over Leslie Smith will lead to a fight against No. 1 ranked UFC women's bantamweight Cat Zingano

TUF Finale: Prelim results & play by play

Tune into Bloody Elbow for live updates and results for tonight's TUF: Nations Finale prelims starting at 3:15 p.m. ET. The main event features Michael Bisping pitted against Tim Kennedy.

Bisping thinks Kennedy lied about torn quad

UFC middleweight Number 5 contender, Michael Bisping discusses rival, Tim Kennedy at length, giving plenty of insight to the mounting hostility between the two and gives a generous opinion on the proposed UFC fighter uniforms.

TUF Nations: Bisping vs. Kennedy Prognostication

The middleweight bout between Michael Bisping and Tim Kennedy summarizes the TUF Nations Finale in Quebec, Canada. Who will inch closer to a potential title shot in the post-Anderson Silva division?

Jon Jones denies homophobic taunts on Instagram

UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones is claiming his phone was hacked and thus is not responsible for multiple homophobic posts carried out through Instagram.

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